The San Francisco chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIASF) has unveiled its new headquarters – and you will be able to find our Mezzo Series containers inside!
Design graphic pulled from Center for Architecture + Design, San Francisco (centersf.org)
In renovating the storefront of the Hallidie Building, a 1918 landmark in San Francisco’s Financial District, the AIASF has created an enduring hub dedicated to inspiring, educating, and engaging people of all ages to discover design’s transformative power. The AIASF’s offices were previously located in the on the sixth floor of the building, but moving down to the street-level retail space will boost the chapter’s visibility and fill a vacant storefront with life & beauty.
Busch Systems is proud to support this initiative through the donation of Mezzo Series containers. The sleek and modern look of the Mezzo containers fit perfectly within the space allowing for seamless design and impactful diversion. AIASF has already hosted a number of events in the space, and we are proud to see the Mezzo containers in their new home.
Native American artist creating bead jewelry during the Center’s Indigenous Architecture Forum, with a Mezzo Series unit behind her.
To learn more about this project, visit the Shape Your City Campaign page.
To read more about the Center for Architecture + Design – the 15-year-old charitable nonprofit that heads public programming and engagement initiatives, including exhibitions, tours, lectures, and more – follow this link: Our New Home – Center for Architecture + Design, San Francisco (centersf.org)